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  • GitHub repo www.haskell.org

    www.haskell.org site source

    Damn, I clicked through to #93, that's a rabbit hole. Seems to me like there's a lot of unnecessary obstruction to the downloads page being straightened out. But I'm just a random, what do I know? Does anyone know/have a link to the lore of why stack maintainers are unsatisfied with ghcup as a method for installing stack?

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    The Haskell Tool Stack

    There was a proposal to introduce a brokering tool to handle this communication, but the maintainer of ghcup didn't like it very much, because this adds yet another program into the mix. They would prefer it if stack would add a hooking mechanism such that users (or ghcup automatically) can change the mechanism that stack uses for installing GHC.

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